The Deloitte Swiss Watch Industry Study 2021 confirms a positive outlook for the sector, though not entirely without risks and challenges such as supply chain disruptions, greenwashing, falling export volumes, a diminishing appeal of Swiss-Made and reliance on China. There is still a lot to think about in a post-pandemic environment.
In partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council, Cartier and Kering are launching the Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030. Open to watch and jewellery brands across the globe, it lays down a common core of goals for the climate, natural resources and inclusiveness.
Blancpain introduces a new Date Moon Phases for women. Two emblematic complications instilled with the classic elegance that defines the Villeret collection.
After Arceau Le Temps Suspendu and Dressage L’Heure Masquée, introducing Slim d’Hermès L’Heure Impatiente. A trilogy of watches that captures Hermès' desire to play with time, to tease us with it, and show that hours and minutes can lend themselves to the most fanciful interpretations.
Baselworld 2017 kicked off yesterday with, among the new products on show, a raft of chronographs. We've picked our five favourites for today's urban adventurer.
Breitling explores new mechanical terrain with an in-house split-seconds chrono, one of the most sophisticated complications there is. It equips the new Navitimer Rattrapante.
From ground-breaking designs to record-breaking movements, the Bulgari Octo collection launched in 2012 has already become the luxury brand’s best-selling men’s watch line. We take a closer look.
Chanel's watch division celebrates its thirtieth anniversary by equipping the Première Camélia Skeleton with a second in-house movement. Designed in the shape of Gabrielle Chanel's favourite flower, the camellia, Calibre 2 confirms Chanel's intent to develop its signature style in mechanical watches.